Max Moseley’s bankruptcy practice concentrates on complex Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy cases as well as commercial litigation for national and international businesses. He represents corporate debtors (in workouts, out of court restructurings, and Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings to protect businesses from creditor action); Official Committees of Unsecured Creditors nationally; unsecured creditors (in matters involving the defense of preference actions, claims reconciliation and all other aspects of creditor actions); as well as lenders and financial institutions in workouts, restructurings and bankruptcy cases.
He specializes in bankruptcy and creditors rights, complex bankruptcy protection and preference actions, reorganization of entities and property-based entities, as well as 363 asset sales.
Max’s clients range from small to mid-cap companies. His experience includes advising high-profile creditors and debtors in complex Chapter 11 business bankruptcy cases around the globe. He has represented numerous Official Committees of Unsecured Creditors in complex Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy proceedings. He has protected assets ranging from $5M to $500M for companies including WorldCom, Conseco, National Steel, Spalding Sporting Goods, United Airlines, Enron, American Airlines, General Motors, Chrysler, Office Furniture USA and Money Tree. Max has served on the creditors committee in the General Motors bankruptcy and was a member of the trial team during JPMorgan’s $1.5B lawsuit, which settled for $700M.
Early in his career, Max worked for numerous national companies in management before owning his own small business for nearly a decade. He began his legal career at the New York City office of Kelley, Drye & Warren. He then moved to Alabama where he counseled businesses with two firms in Alabama: Johnston Barton Proctor & Rose LLP and Baker Donelson Bearman Coldwell & Berkowitz. Max joined KPPB LAW in 2013 and collaborates on bankruptcy cases with Gail Lynn McCarthy and Kirtan Patel.
Recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2011 and 2012, Max is a frequent business speaker on topics about bankruptcy, Chapter 11, workouts and reorganizations. He is a member of various bar associations and provides pro bono services to Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Atlanta. While in New York, he served as a volunteer on the Pellate Defender Program.
A native of New York, Max earned his law degree from Fordham University and his undergraduate degree from Auburn University.